April 19, 2019 â€” Facebook has now acknowledged that millions of Instagram user passwords were stored in a simple, human-readable text format that could. As it turned out, as a result of a data leak from the company to the Web, millions of Instagram user passwords were in the public domain. Thus, with the help of one password, it was possible to gain access to all user accounts of the social network. In response to the leak, Facebook has decided to stop using text passwords as login verification codes.
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